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Gender: M Meaning of Sherman: "shearer of woolen cloth" Origin of Sherman: English occupational name

Not quite as over-the-hill as Herman, but not far behind either.

Famous People Named Sherman

Sherman Alexie, American fiction writer
Sherman Alexander Hemsley, American actor
Sherman Adams, Chief of Staff for U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Governor of New Hampshire
Sherman Augustus, American actor and football player
Sherman Booth, American abolitionist
Sherman Dillard, American basketball player and coach
Sherman Douglas, American basketball player
Sherman Edwards, American composer
Sherman Fairchild, American entrepreneur
Sherman Howard, American actor
Sherman McMaster, American outlaw-turned-lawman
Sherman Minton, U.S. Supreme Court justice and senator from Indiana
Robert B. and Richard M. Sherman, American songwriting team
William Tecumseh Sherman, American Civil War General
Bobby Sherman, American pop singer
Richard Morton Sherman, American songwriter who specialized in musical films with his brother Robert B. Sherman, particularly Disney films, and responsible for more motion picture musical song scores than any other songwriting team in film history

Pop Culture References for the name Sherman

Sherman Schrader, character from movie "Accepted"
Sherman "Preacher" Dudley, from movie "Deep Blue Sea"
Sherman, pet boy of the dog Mister Peabody on "The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show"
"Sherman's Lagoon," newspaper comic strip about the title shark
Sherman Klump, main character in movie 'The Nutty Professor"
Sherman McCoy, main character in Tom Wolfe's "The Bonfire of the Vanities"
Sherman Tortoise, character in comic strip "The Dandy"
Tommy Sherman, character on animated series "Daria"
Colonel Sherman T. Potter, character on the TV series "M*A*S*H"

Shermann, Sherm

Sherman's International Variations

Shermon (German)